Vision and Mission
At Plano-Coudon, we operate by the simple motto: Your vision is our mission.
We strive every day to be the best-in-class contractor and to exceed the expectations of our clients.
The goal of each construction project is to turn a client’s vision into a reality, so construction projects should be positive, enjoyable experiences for each client. We bring unparalleled energy, enthusiasm and customer service to each project.
We build true partnerships with our clients, fully learning about their visions, their needs and their challenges. We strive to become each client’s trusted construction advisor by providing each client with construction expertise, sound advice and outstanding performance in an environment that is positive and respectful.
As a company of engineers, we also follow rigorous processes to deliver on our promises. At Plano-Coudon, we:
- Utilize the most effective, up-to-date technologies and follow industry best practices:
- Work daily to create a culture of safety throughout our company;
- Hire only the most highly qualified and motivated people;
- Enable our staff to constantly improve and steadily deliver exceptional results to our clients: and
- Foster a work culture built upon positivity, professionalism, integrity, excellence, collaboration and community.
At Plano-Coudon, your vision is our mission. Together, we will make that vision a reality.
We provide a variety of project delivery methods to our diverse clients, including Construction Management, General Contracting and Design/Build. Contact us to share your vision.
- Friday, June 23rd, 2017Diageo – a global leader in spirits, wine and beer – has selected Plano-Coudon Construction to build the first Guinness brewery in the United States in 63 years. Early this year, Diageo announced plans to transform the former Seagram’s buildings in southern Baltimore County into a Guinness Blonde brewery and entertainment/tourism destination. As soon as […]
- Friday, June 23rd, 2017Sometimes a construction problem gives birth to a design feature. Plano-Coudon and its subcontractors were in the midst of renovating the Howard County Conservancy when an unexpected and all-too-obvious problem demanded an immediate solution. Inaccurate drawings of the original building had forced Plano-Coudon to expand plans to add structural steel to the building, cut out […]
- Friday, June 23rd, 2017At the Port of Baltimore’s Dundalk Terminal, Plano-Coudon Project Manager Travis Bartlett is pleased to be “out of the mud and working on a building.” Bartlett and Superintendent Ryan Morton are managing the construction of a 21,240 SF prefabricated metal building for the Maryland Port Administration. Before construction could begin, Bartlett and his team had […]